The Scandal of the Ungentlemanly Cavalier

by Consuela Selby-Scott

Upon discovering that the brave cavalier she has long admired, trembling, from afar is in fact a cleverly trained orangutan brought from distant Sumatra by an unscrupulous Dutch merchant, beautiful porcelain-skinned Rosalinda swoons, her bosom heaving, into the strong arms of Fulvio, a handsome, devil-may-care swordsman, who revives her with passionate kisses that enflame the ferocious jealousy of Sir Acelin, Rosalinda's scheming cousin, who plots with her father's hideously deformed manservant Borek to abduct the ravishing beauty, disgrace the gallant Fulvio, and seize hundreds of ducats in gold and precious jewels that just happen to be lying around. This, Selby-Scott's 418th novel, is certainly one of her best and will no doubt be ecstatically received by her legions of devoted fans.

Available soon in hardcover or paperback from Flibbertigibbet Press, a wholly owned subsidiary of Archelaus producer of fine cards since October 2005 (in case that impresses anyone).

Other fine forthcoming Flibbertigibbet publications include:

The Amazing Moa Murder Mystery
Curse of the Chihuahua Woman
The Bread and Water Diet
The Wail of the Wombat
Still Life with Vermin